He had no idea what it meant to be a hero.
Stopping at a roadside diner usually means bad chili, not a hostage situation. But Smithson Group operative Harry van Zandt finds himself in the middle of just that when armed men burst through the door. They're after the woman in the nearby booth, and their message is clear:
She's got seventy-two hours to come up with a valuable document or her brother dies. Harry, too, if he doesn't see that she delivers. Harry's on his own mission involving the same document, so he doesn't mind helping treasure hunter Georgia McLain. She's smart, tough, sexy... and she's desperate.
Georgia's not turning over the document to anyone. It's her only hope for clearing her father's name. With Harry's help, however, she can double-cross the thugs. On the road with a price on their heads, the two find themselves caught in a web of secrets, lies, and desire, with no time to catch their breath.
"The love scenes are electrically charged, and the book is satisfying from start to finish." - RT Book Reviews
"The shower scene and the pearls. WOW!" - Terry, 5 Stars
"Great story line, fun characters, romantic originality, well written and edited. Unique and rolls right along. Well recommended and not a boring line in the novel." - Murphy, 5 Stars